Eat & Run Community Meals at Grantham Church

Be honest: Are there days when you just don’t feel like making dinner? Do you wish instead you could share food with a bunch of friends?

We’ve been there, and we came up with a great solution. Grantham Church sponsors a weekly Eat & Run Community Meal during the bulk of the school year, a time when people can come together to enjoy delicious home-cooked meals and deepen community around the table of fellowship.

The dinners are open to anyone. They’re a convenient way for busy families to grab supper on the way to soccer practice or piano lessons. Messiah College students who want a change of scenery from the dining hall often join us as well. It's a great way to get to know the congregation better.

Eat & Run is a way to reconnect and refresh halfway through the week, which is usually just about the time you’re ready to hit the recharge button. Volunteers at the church prepare the meals and handle the clean-up so you can be on your way quickly, feeling good about sharing quality time with your family and perhaps some new friends.

And don’t worry if your children have allergies—our meals are peanut- and nut-free. We know kids can be picky, so we post the menu well in advance to allow you to plan the weeks you’d like to attend. We invite you to join us for Eat & Run at Grantham Church.

Here’s the lowdown on Eat & Run

When: Wednesdays, September through April, from 5 to 6 p.m.

Where: Fellowship Hall

Menu: Fall 2017

Cost: $10 per family
         $3 per individual

College students eat for free!